Ten experts document the strength of local communities’ using traditional resources for health and prevention.
Exercises for Thought Processing and Word Retrieval, Second Edition, Revised and Updated
The second edition of the "red book" builds on the original by adding 70 pages of entirely new exercises and 1,000 rewritten questions.
Breaking Silence Through Poetry
The engaging autobiographical account of a poet-in-residence at a psychiatric hospital who helps a silent young man regain his speaking voice through writing poetry.
Exercises for Functional Reasoning and Reading Comprehension, Second Edition, Revised and Updated
Second edition of this widely used tool for reasoning and reading exercises.
A cultural look at the traditional health beliefs and practices of African Americans.
Women of Color and the Experience of Health and Illness
Wings of Gauze is a mulitdisciplinary anthology of original essays written about the experiences of women of color in the United States—African American, Hispanic American, Native American, and Southeast Asian American.
A Victim Reflects on Rehabilitative Medicine
Fred Johnson gives a detailed account of his stroke—a rare, right hemisphere rupture at the age of thirty-six—and his subsequent rehabilitation.